The Future Sound Of LondonPapua New Guinea

Label:Jumpin' & Pumpin' – 12TOT 17R, Jumpin' & Pumpin' – 12 TOT 17R
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Breakbeat, Leftfield, Ambient


A1Papua New Guinea (12" Original)4:57
A2Papua New Guinea (Andrew Weatherall Mix)
Keyboards [Additional], Programmed By [Additional]Gary Burns, Jagz*
Remix, Producer [Additional Production]Andrew Weatherall
A3Papua New Guinea (Dub Mix)1:20
B1Papua New Guinea (Journey To Pyramid)5:25
B2Papua New Guinea (Monsoon Mix)4:49
B3Papua New Guinea (Graham Massey Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production]Graham Massey
B4Papua New Guinea (Dumb Child Of Q Mix)4:20

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℗ 1992 Passion Music Ltd

Recorded at Earthbeat Studios 1992
A2: Additional production & remix at The Workhouse
B3: Additional production & remix at Fon Studios

Garry Cobain is credited "Garry Cockbain" as composer on the labels, "Garry Cobain" on the outer sleeve.

12 TOT 17R appears on sleeve
12TOT 17R appears on inner labels.

Vocal samples are taken from Dead Can Dance - Dawn Of The Iconoclast and Circuit - Shelter Me.

This exact release appeared with generic sleeves (no design cover) with labels bearing the same barcode.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 013993 701705
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5013993701705
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A): 12-TOT 17-R A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B): 12-TOT 17 R B-1

Other Versions (5 of 50)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Papua New Guinea (12", 45 RPM)Jumpin' & Pumpin'12 TOT 17UK1991
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Papua New Guinea (12", 45 RPM, Promo)Jumpin' & Pumpin'12TOT 17UK1991
Papua New Guinea (CD, Single)Jumpin' & Pumpin'CDS TOT 17UK1992
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Papua New Guinea (CD, Maxi-Single)ZYX MusicZYX 6786-8Germany1992
Papua New Guinea (12", 45 RPM)ZYX RecordsZYX 6786-12Germany1992



  • shylok's avatar
    Edited 9 days ago
    The '12" Original Mix' on this is the 'Dali Mix' as it was first released in 1991. Theres a good array of mixes to choose from on the re-release however the 'Monsoon Mix' is my second favourite. Its basically a rearrangement of the original with an ambient trance intro rather kicking straight into the beat. The 'Qube Mix' on the first 1991 release is often overlooked too.
    • Dave.moran73's avatar
      I must say the Weatherall mix is class but the original mix for me is one of the best tunes I’ve ever heard.And like you guys on here I’ve heard thousands.Still have the old Technics 1210’s at 50 years old and still love banging this on today😂.Think I first heard it at Oz Discotheque Blackpool WOW 🙌🙌
      • jamesgadd's avatar
        Ah man, the Weatherall mix is so good, so weird and yet perfect.
        • Jamiedh's avatar
          Of course the Original Mix will always be the one remembered from this EP and why not? It somehow succeeds in being both melancholy and uplifting at the same time. Then, just a few minutes away, there lies the Weatherall mix. Now I know the Guv'nor wasn't everyone's cup of tea - I get that, but to create such a masterful mix from that Original that not only stood on it's own feet, but for me, surpassed it is a feat of pure genius. I miss that guy.
          • jolyon's avatar
            The first time I heard this played was by DJ Sasha at Leeds Warehouse New Year’s Eve 1991/2 and every time I hear it I’m there again…
            • aidiothir's avatar
              Edited 2 years ago
              ''Journey To Pyramid'' is the one for me, and the main reason to have this 12''. It is by far the most interesting version of the track. I'm not into ''original'' mix, or the other mixes which are more or less similar to original.
              • Rarephylia's avatar
                I am searching for this particular version of 1992 with the long Weatherall mix on it. Did it ever get an (absolutely needed) repress in more recent times? Without considering the 7'' with the edited version, I mean.
                Of course, the original is a life changing record, essential and unbeatable! Praise FSOL for changing the entire electronic music scene!
                • hornem's avatar
                  Edited 3 years ago
                  I have to be honest here and say that this was one of those pivotal records (for me) that shaped my electronically charged life from the early 90's. I will never forget hearing the OG (for the first time) on a Parks & Wilson Eclipse cassette and thinking at the time.... Holy **** what is this... I need this... all before the days of a spoon fed Track ID lifestyle. Aah the glorious memories (and tapes)!!
                  Worth noting all versions are 125bpm too.
                  • Mixman-LFC's avatar
                    Edited 3 years ago
                    Weatherall mix is the one for me and deffo a great track :).RIP your music will live on
                    • djxray's avatar
                      Never liked this - it’s just a blatant rip-off of the mighty , Radio Babylon , by Meat Beat Manifesto, which is an absolute banger - this, on the other hand is completely shit IMO.



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